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Periodic Payment Orders In Catastrophic Injury Cases
The Civil Liability (Amendment) Act 2017 was passed in November 2017. The act addresses issues raised by the Working Group on Medical Negligence and Periodic Payments, particularly the deficiencies
Ireland
8 May 2019
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Does Sorry Have To Be The Hardest Word?
The recent adverse publicity in relation to CervicalCheck and wide ranging recommendations contained within the Scally report acts as a useful reminder to health service providers...
Ireland
22 Nov 2018
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Possible VAT Impact Of IPHA Agreement Rebates Following European Court Decision
A European Court decision relating to VAT may be of interest to those who are providing rebates under the IPHA Agreement in Ireland on products which are subject to VAT.
European Union
25 Jul 2018
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CCPC Confirms That Irish Pharmaceutical Sector Under Review Following Pricing Concerns
There have been reports in PaRR today that a spokesperson for the CCPC in Ireland has confirmed that the pharmaceutical sector in Ireland is being monitored following concerns raised regarding pricing issues.
Ireland
19 Jun 2018
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European Court Of Justice Considers Scope Of Liability For Notified Bodies
The background to this case is that a German plaintiff received breast implants in 2008.
European Union
10 Aug 2015
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The Future Of Legislation For Surrogacy In Ireland
The Irish Government has committed to introducing legislation on assisted human reproduction, surrogacy and gamete donation following the Supreme Court decision on surrogacy, which was delivered in November 2014.
Ireland
10 Aug 2015
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Injuries Board Authorisation Required In Personal Injury Claims Arising From A Product Liability Claim
The Plaintiff in this case sued for negligence and product liability against DePuy International Limited for defective product and device failure.
Ireland
10 Aug 2015
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Male Doctors Twice As Likely To Have Complaint Made Against Them To Medical Council
The Medical Council recently published a review of complaints received between 2008 and 2012.
Ireland
7 Aug 2015
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Irish Woman Loses Symphysiotomy High Court Action
On May 1 2015 a 74-year-old woman lost her High Court medical negligence claim on the grounds that in 1963 prophylactic symphysiotomy was not a practice "without justification".
Ireland
22 Jun 2015
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Bar Set High In Order To Succeed In Strike Out Applications
The Circuit Court recently imposed a "permanent stay" on negligence proceedings issued against a private hospital.
Ireland
5 Aug 2014
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To Disclose Or Not Disclose Expert Commentary
Historically, there has been some confusion on the exact interpretation of the disclosure rules.
Ireland
5 Aug 2014
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Plaintiff’s Case Dismissed For Failure To Establish Negligence
This case involved an operation carried out in 2005, on a 19-year-old, to correct a curvature of the spine.
Ireland
4 Aug 2014
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New Legislation To Allow The State Claw Back Benefits From Medical Negligence Compensation
Benefits are only deductible if paid as a result of the injury claimed for. Further, the recoverable benefits can only be deducted from loss of earnings or profit.
Ireland
4 Aug 2014
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Case Dismissed Because Causation Remains Shrouded In Mystery
Justice O'Neill recently dismissed a plaintiff's claim for failing to establish negligence on the part of a prominent consultant orthopaedic surgeon.
Ireland
22 Jul 2014
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Milestone For Stem Cell Research
The landmark approval of adult stem cell research at the CCMI and the availability of funding make Ireland an attractive location for ground-breaking research.
Ireland
30 May 2014
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The Dental Complaints Resolution Service Explained
The IDA Dental Complaints Resolution Service acts as an independent third party to help resolve complaints made by patients against private practice dentists.
Ireland
6 May 2014
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What Next For The Medical Council?
The Medical Council has announced its statement of strategy for 2014 - 2018.
Ireland
6 May 2014
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Legal Aid For Inquests – Giving Families Access To Legal Advice
Recent legislation provides that a family member could receive free legal aid or advice at an inquest where it is in the public interest.
Ireland
6 May 2014
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High Court Awards Damages Against HSE For A ‘Near Death Experience’ Following A Hospital Delay
The High Court recently considered Ms Larkin’s claim for post-traumatic stress following an alleged "near death experience" in hospital in January 2008.
Ireland
2 May 2014
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White Paper On Universal Health Insurance Outlines Radical Change To Irish Healthcare
A single tier health system will be established, representing a fundamental change from the current public / private division.
Ireland
2 May 2014
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